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He admits he messed up with his promo.

MusicHe admits he messed up with his promo.

The rapper admitted that he messed up with the promotional materials for his new single, but insisted that he didn't mean to mock Christianity. The song and video were released last Friday (January 12) and spoof several biblical stories. The artist is depicted on a crucifix in one scene. He captioned the post, "wanted to get something off my chest." He said that he knew there would be upset people, but that he never meant to offend anyone. He said that he didn't mean to mock. I said I was back like Jesus. I am not the first rapper, I am not the first artist, and I won't be the last.

I wanted to get something off of my chest. I didn't understand the symbolism of Jesus' blood and bones when I was eating communion, but I thought that was something we all wanted to do as kids.

I apologize for that, but I didn't mean it as cannibalism or anything.

He said that the criticism had taken a mental toll on him, and that he wanted his Christian fans to know that he was not against them. I was put on this planet to bring people together and promote love.

In regards to the J Christ video, Lil Nas told viewers that there was no disrespect there. He said that he was not trying to insult Christianity by being on the side of the Devil in the video. I hope we can move forward sooner or later, and I am excited for the rest of this era and things I have planned.

I'm sending you all love, that's all I have to say right now. Shortly before the release of 'J Christ', hip hop artist lil Nas announced that he would be going to university to study biblical studies. He wrote that he was going to college for biblical studies in the fall and that not everything was a troll. Let's go.

He told fans that his new single was dedicated to the man who had the greatest comeback of all time. David Harris, leader of the Church of Satan, praised the clip and song, saying it was fantastic. The group supported the artist in the year 2021, when he faced controversy after promoting that he would be selling 666 pairs of limited edition "Satan Shoes" containing real human blood. Next week, there will be a new documentary by the musician on his live tour in support of his debut album.

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